Be Live Grand Saidia
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- Tennis Court
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... of a henna station where Moroccan ladies experienced in henna volunteered to do henna for us. It is apparent that family is very important in the Moroccan culture through the way they interact with each other. Everyone was so loving and welcoming and really made us feel comfortable and at home. It was a great night and it was hard to accept that the night was coming to a close since we had such an amazing ...
... After breakfast, we walked to a small, local soccer stadium. Soccer is the most popular sport in Morocco; the Moroccan National Football Team is the nations main team, but we just watched a local team play. It seemed like the entire commuity was there to support both teams because Moroccans get very excited about this ...
... and also very fun to speak in a language we barely knew. Some people didn't quite understand us right away, but we tried our hardest to pronounce everything correctly. The streets in the city were great for roaming in; there were shops on both sides and we conveniently stopped in the ones we found appealing and bought ourselves some ...
... the meal while Mr. Fajri explained the different roles in society, religious groups, as well as different ethnic groups that exist in Morocco. Mr. Fajri explained to us how Morocco used to be a male dominated society. The family is headed by the father and a women's presence outside of the home has to be chaperoned but Morocco has evoloved and the man and women have become more equal in the household. ...
... getting heavy, and the end of the corniche was still in the infinite distance. The night sky was still pitch black, even on it's eastern fringes. I sat down on a bench and looked out across the beach to the meditteranean sea ahead, and the lit port of Almeria in the distance. I was feeling bright, breezy, invigorated and awake, and enjoying the stillness of the nightime sea view. I got my phone out and updated yesterday's diary. I then had some breakfast using the ...